Making Memories: Burning the Midnight Oil

2013-10-09 2

Ironic as it sounds, but I think most of us will agree that the main reason we go to school for – that is, to study, what else! – can be such a drag at times.

But, of course, it’s all fond memories now that we’re past that stage. Aside from the hectic and sleepless days and nights with books and readings, we also remember how we usually find something to do just to break the monotony!

In this case, we have some of our Lomographers taking a breather by snapping photos of themselves while studying, also allowing us a glimpse of how their study tables look like when they’re being their studious selves! In case you’re wondering, the cameras used in this set are the Lomo LC-Wide, Lomo LC-A+, Diana F+, Lomo Smena Symbol, Diana Mini, and the Fisheye Baby.

Credits: yopanic, sldghmmr, adi_totp, lomelle, cheerine, _pennylane, giovannidecarlo & mireiawonka

Looking back, however, all the hours of slaving away with our studies eventually prove to be worth it especially when we receive recognition and ace all the dreaded exams!

This month is dedicated to #MakingMemories with Lomography. Raid your attic, blow the dust off your photo albums, and share your favorite analogue memories with the world. Scan those photos and upload them to Lomography and your social media accounts, using the tags #MakingMemories and #Lomography. It’s time to celebrate the good old days through the magic of analogue photography!

Related galleries:

*Making Memories: Man, I love College*

*Graduation Day Moments Captured with the Lomo LC-A and LC-Wide*

*Prom Memories with the Lomo LC A+ and the Lomo LC-Wide*

*Having Fun with Old School Toys and Games*

*Making Memories: Satisfy Your Wanderlust with Film*

*Nostalgic Photos Reminiscent of Childhood*

written by chooolss on 2013-10-09 #lifestyle #school #university #smena-symbol #campus #studying #diana-f #lc-a #diana-mini #fisheye-baby #lc-wide #gallery-post #makingmemories


  1. chooolss
  2. giovannidecarlo
    giovannidecarlo ·

    Nice article ! Yes it's true.. When a lomographer has to study, take a picture it's a good way to break the monotony .. :)

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